In this special episode of Dirty Jobs Mike heads to the edge of the Arctic Circle, on the northeast side of Canada's Baffin Island in search of one of the most mysterious sharks known to man: the Greenland shark.
Mike looks back on several of the Dirty Jobs that help to clean up the environment. From geothermal drilling, to wood and tire salvage, to building cobb homes, one thing seemed constant: in order to be green, you usually have to get brown first.
Mike first visits Terressentials where natural organic hair care products are made out of mud. He then returns to Montana to do some more work with big animal vet Charlene Esch. Finally, Mike joins forces with the yak and bison rancher who put him to work in his 150th Dirty Job.moreless
Mike heads to an Oklahoma wind farm and learns that going green sometimes means you've got to get brown first. Then he heads to Kentucky to clean out a sinkhole that some have unfortunately turned into a garbage dump. Finally, Mike goes to work at a printing press in San Francisco.moreless
In this episode, Mike crawls through rat droppings, falling insulation and debris to make a house more energy efficient. Then, he visits a turkey farm where a bunch of large-breasted birds are inseminated. Finally, Mike maniacally crushes a Cadillac into a cube.
Mike heads to the site of a future California neighborhood where he learns that there's more to erosion control than one might think. Then Mike gets a bird's eye view of Palm Springs as he helps maintain and repair the tram 8,500 feet above the city.
Inside an Indiana dairy farm, Mike learns how to milk a cow on a machine that looks like a merry-go-round. Then, Mike gets the inside scoop on how to inseminate a cow. Finally, he gets an up-close look at fatherhood as he helps deliver baby calves.
Mike Rowe rolls up his sleeves and gets dirty with some of the dirtiest jobs in New York City. First Mike climbs to the top of a giant building to build a water tower and then he masters the art of elevator repair.
Mike Rowe looks back at some of his most memorable jobs that got him dirty making some of America's favorite foods. It's an unforgettable Dirty Jobs with new footage as well as a top ten countdown of the most disgusting things Mike has ever eaten.
Mike Rowe gets dirty in Death Valley, CA preparing for a gem and mineral show.
He then helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake.
Finally, he gets dirty working at a rice plantation in South Carolina.
Mike Rowe gets dirty with a team of airport runway painters in Kansas City.
Then he examines dirty diapers at a preschool to find bad smells to be taken to a company called Microanalytics in Austin, Texas.
Finally, he teams up with a group of spray insulation technicians in Louisiana.
Mike Rowe looks back at some of the creepiest, slimiest and downright weirdest citizens on the animal kingdom while visiting the East Bay Vivarium, one of the largest reptile specialty stores in the US located in Berkeley, CA.
Mike rolls up his sleeves and gets dirty in order to help create an artificial underwater reef. Reef balls help to revitalize fish and coral populations in areas that have been devastated by pollution. Then Mike goes to Texas to learn how to make soap out of goat milk. Finally, Mike travels to Louisiana to refurbish frack tanks used for water storage.moreless
Mike Rowe and the crew roll out the stinky carpet for his most memorable co-workers in this monumental celebration of 150 Dirty Jobs. Take a look back at favorite jobs, never before seen footage, bloopers, down and dirty games, and a fireworks display. (A two hour special episode)
After working at some of the dirtiest jobs in America, Mike decided it was time for him and his crew to be pampered as they look back on some of their favorite dirty jobs on board one of the Royal Carribean's most luxurious cruise ships.
Mike Rowe gets dirty as he forages the swamps of Louisiana in search of alligator eggs - 90,000 of them to be exact. It's a very dirty job that's helping to preserve the population of the American alligator.
First Mike goes to the Mohave Desert in California to visit a fish hatchery.
He then gets dirty as he braves the untamed world of Vomit Island in the middle of Lake Erie. Mike's mission is to help band and count newly hatched herons on the poo-covered island.
Mike Rowe and the Dirty Jobs crew travel to Michigan to work with the Mackinac Bridge Authority on one of the world's largest suspension bridges.
Later, he goes to Florida where he gets to work on the space shuttle crawler transporter at the Kennedy Space Center.
Mike Rowe hosts a very special episode of Dirty Jobs as he looks back at some of the world's dirtiest machines that are making civilized life better for the rest of us. We see his jobs as a roughnecker, coal miner, garbage pit technician, wine cave digger and replacing a lift pump in a wastewater treatment plant.moreless
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